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Lucky Boys Confusion guitarist dies

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Joe Sell, guitarist for Lucky Boys Confusion, died Tuesday night. He was 33.

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Lucky Boys Confusion lost one of its guitarists, Joe Sell, 33, of Naperville when Sell died Tuesday night.

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Joe Sell, far left, a graduate of Naperville Central High School and guitarist for Lucky Boys Confusion, died Tuesday night.

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In a way, Lucky Boys Confusion guitarist Joe Sell was a simple man. He loved reading and relaxing with friends, and had an ear for musical tone so strong, the band's lead singer, Stubhy Pandav, said it was far beyond perfect pitch. Sell, of Naperville, died Tuesday night. He was 33. "He was brilliant. He was extremely well-read," Pandav said about his longtime friend and bandmate.
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    • Joe Sell, guitarist for Lucky Boys Confusion, died Tuesday night. He was 33.
    • Lucky Boys Confusion lost one of its guitarists, Joe Sell, 33, of Naperville when Sell died Tuesday night.
    • Joe Sell, far left, a graduate of Naperville Central High School and guitarist for Lucky Boys Confusion, died Tuesday night.
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